Howard Huang has written a book on wireless cellular network design titiled MIMO Communication for Cellular Networks (Information Technology: Transmission, Processing and Storage).

Co-authored with Constantinos Papadias and Sivarama Venkatesan, the publication is intended for use by graduate students, researchers and practicing engineers interested in the physical-layer design of state-of-the-art wireless systems. According to promotional materials, “the goal of this book is to explore how the physical-layer performance of contemporary cellular networks can be improved using multiple antennas at the bases and user terminals. ‚Ķ” MIMO refers to multiple antenna techniques, or multiple-input multiple-output techniques. The book was published by Springer Science+Business Media, New York in November 2011.

Huang earned his B.S. from Rice University in 1991 and his Ph.D. from Princeton in 1996, both in electrical engineering. He is a distinguished member of the technical staff at Access Domain, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent in New Jersey.